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I Call You Friends

Paperback|Oct 2003
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Timothy Radcliffe embodies, in a rare combination, the qualities of authority in high office with an openness to new ideas and a thoroughgoing honesty. Indeed, that honesty, accompanied at all times by a certain lightness of touch, is the mark...


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Timothy Radcliffe embodies, in a rare combination, the qualities of authority in high office with an openness to new ideas and a thoroughgoing honesty. Indeed, that honesty, accompanied at all times by a certain lightness of touch, is the mark of true humility and it gives his new book its distinctive appeal. I CallYou Friends falls into two parts. In the first half, Father Radcliffe writes of his own life, from a privileged childhood and education at Downside to his calling to a life of poverty as a Dominican friar. The second half consists of a series of addresses and talks which the author has given to a wide range of audiences. Wherever these may be -- whether in Manila, Prague or Mexico -- Father Radcliffe talks at all times of fundamental religious truths in a manner which is potent yet undogmatic. Book jacket.
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Presented in a new compact format - strongly branded for shelf impact, pocket-sized with a price to match!I Call You Friends falls into two parts. In the first half, Father Radcliffe writes of his own life, from a privileged childhood and education at Downside to his calling to a life of poverty as a Dominican friar. The second half consists of addresses and talks the author has given to a range of audiences, from Manila to Prague to Mexico. In all of them, Father Radcliffe talks of fundamental religious truths in a manner which is potent yet undogmatic.

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Timothy Radcliffe

Timothy Radcliffe was until recently Master of The Dominican Order. He is the winner of the 2007 Michael Ramsey prize for theological writing for his book What is the Point of Being a Christian? He lives in Oxford and most recently has authored Why God to Church?

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